Brodiaea californica subsp. leptandra
Taxon 50: 201. 2001.
Flowers: perianth lobes 4–7 mm wide; staminodia margins 1/2 involute; ovary 5–7 mm. 2n = 10, 12, 24.
Phenology: Flowering summer (Jun).
Habitat: Open mixed evergreen forests, chaparral, gravelly clay soils, often on serpentines
Elevation: 0–900 m
This subspecies is uncommon, occuring in the Coast Ranges of northern California. T. F. Niehaus (1971, 1980) recognized Brodiaea leptandra as a separate species related to B. californica and B. appendiculata. G. Keator (1993) regarded it as a variety that is geographically disjunct and slightly smaller.
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